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Monster Elements Hybrid Over the Ear Headphones

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSI’ve had many pair of headphones since the 80’s. I’ve had dollar store phones to high-end audio driving sound. So when it came to reviewing these Monster Elements over the ear headphones, I was sure I’d get a great sound. I wasn’t disappointed. About the Monster Elements Over the Ear Headphones Monster has created a set of headphones for your need. Wired when you’re working on music or battery is low, wireless Bluetooth for those times a cord gets in the way, and even USB audio so you can connect that headset up to the computer. Elements headphones are not noise cancelling, but they do have plush ear cushions that knock out a lot of sound. There are also dual sound modes and echo suppression technology inside to deliver great sound, from music on the bus, to a movie on the plane....

Ciil Sealed Displays, TV Protects for Outdoor Use 0

Ciil Sealed Displays, TV Protects for Outdoor Use

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSAdam Molberger joins Andy for the TPN Live CES coverage. He represents Ciil – a company that seals their displays and TV’s so you can use the device outside. These LCD televisions can withstand elements like rain, snow and dust to get into the systems. Therefore, if you need a monitor outside, or in a warehouse, Ciil might be the best option. Adam notes the systems have a heat sink system that keeps the electronics cool while not needing vents. Standard HDMI, VGA, RGB and audio ports ensure you can connect anything you need. They are located on the bottom and have a plate to cover and protect your connections. Interview by Andrew McCaskey of RV News Net TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks...

Solar Powered iPod, iPhone Boombox with Eton 1

Solar Powered iPod, iPhone Boombox with Eton

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWant to recreate the scene from High Fidelity, but don’t have an oversized boom box or 16 D- Batteries it takes to run it? Well that is where Eton steps in. They can not only convert your iPod or iPhone into a full size boombox, but also will help with charging, as this is also a solar powered device. Eton has some great charging solar solutions. The SoulRa XL has a commercial grade solar panel and has a level of water resistance to protect from elements. Indoor or outdoor, you can create 5 hours charging. But of course, it makes for a great charger if in a pinch. And of course, recreating John Cusak movies… Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

XAMPP Webhosting Package 0

XAMPP Webhosting Package

The XAMPP project produces pre-configured webhosting packages based on Apache, MySQL, PHP, and Perl for Linux, Windows, Mac, and (early beta) Solaris. Once you have installed it, you have all you need to run a website, including a one using an SQL database, such as a blog, on your local computer, with all the different elements configured to work with each other. It’s intended for development and testing, not for production. When it installs, it is completely without security and without password protection, though that can be changed. After implementing the security, I used it to self-host my public website for three years (eventually, the site’s database outgrew the capabilities of my P4 server and I put it on GoDaddy). I gave a presentation on XAMPP for Linux at my LUG tonight; you can download a copy of the handout (PDF).